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Robert Schulz

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Director
Institute of Mechanical Handling and Logistics

Contact

+49 711 685 83771
+49 711 685 83769

Holzgartenstraße 15 B
70174 Stuttgart
Deutschland

Subject

Professorship for Materials Handling, Intralogistics and Technical Logistics:

  • Rope technology and rope application
  • Design, operation and optimisation of fully automatic conveying, storage and handling machines and equipment (conveyor system technology)
  • Conception, operation and optimisation of logistics systems (especially distribution, production and disposal logistics)
  • Lecture "Automobile logistics" (attendance study programs)
  • Lecture "Distribution center" (attendance and online study programs)
  • Lecture "Basics of logistics" (attendance and online study programs)
  • Lecture "Logistics in the automotive production process" (attendance study program)
  • Lecture "Material flow technology and automated guided transport systems" (attendance and online study programs)
  • Lecture "Methods and strategies of logistics" (attendance and online study programs)
  • Lecture "Planning of logistics systems" (attendance and online study programs)
  • Lecture "Product-Lifecycle-Management in logistics" (attendance study programs) 
  • Lecture "Simulation and visualization in intralogistics" (attendance and online study programs)
  • Supervision of student research projects (term papers, bachelor and master theses)
  • 03/2019 University Professor and Managing Director at the Institute for Material Handling and Logistics at the University of Stuttgart
  • 2016–02/2019 Head of Structural Planning and Design in the Car Body Engineering Department at AUDI AG, Neckarsulm
  • 2009–2016 AUDI AG Neckarsulm, Coordination of the Digital Factory and IT in production planning with a focus on optimizing the methods and processes of digital production and logistics planning
  • 2002–2009 Project manager for simulation and digital factory planning, DÜRR AG in Stuttgart, responsible for securing and optimizing vehicle production and logistics for customers in the automotive industry worldwide
  • 2002 Doctorate in engineering (Dr.-Ing.) at the University of Stuttgart
  • 1995–2002 Research assistant at the Institute for Materials Handling and Logistics at the University of Stuttgart
  • Studies of general mechanical engineering at the University of Stuttgart
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